Classroom Reveal 2019-2020

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Classroom Tour and Reveal 2019-2020: I am excited to share my latest classroom design with you! I didn’t completely change it from last year, but you’ll notice some things did change! The layout stayed, but the biggest change was removing my horseshoe table. I am going to try my guided reading with a cart and work with students at one of our student tables. Another big change is I moved my loft over, now the stairs are against the wall. It may not seem like a big deal, but it made an enormous difference in the amount of open space.

First and kinder blue skies classroom reveal
The loft was purchased years ago from ChildCraft with a National Board Bonus =)
The rugs in my room are from Target and so are the chairs.
My calendar Area
Classroom Tour

I am loving my class and my new class setup.

If you like the striped bins from my classroom tour, you can find them here:

classroom tour

More Pictures

Train table

I added fake grass to my train table for a sensory experience using letter rocks! Links below! The train table is perfect to store my Word Work materials in the drawers (they are on wheels).


The yellow desk is from Overstock, I use it for a writing station.

Like the bouncy ball chairs? You can find them on Amazon:

The balance beam is from IKEA, although i painted the red squares black.

bulletin board

Also I painted the square on the wall, and the names are cut using my Cricut. The font is MTF Jumpin’ Jack.

class desk

I added contact paper onto my heating and air unit wall.

My birthday frame is from GoodWill and painted- the cards are in my TpT shop HERE. The calendar set is from Sarah Cooley =)

My bulletin board in the hallway.

Find the letters for the bulletin board HERE. You can find the flowers above here:

Here’s a video Tour!


  1. Is the “you are loved” bulletin board done with vinyl letters or cardstock? Mind sharing the fonts you used for it? Thanks!

  2. You only have 12 kids??? I teach kinder too but I have 26 and fitting in stuff for 26 kids does not add beauty to the room! Your room is great! I can’t imagine what I could do with 12 kids. That is just wonderful!

  3. i took away pretty much exactly what the other poster did…your classroom is about twice the size of mine and I have twice as many kids. I do my best with making it cute, but it’s more like a puzzle with the way I have to fit everything in. And that’s without a desk for myself and flexible seating! I *LOVE* my school and my students, but the size of your room definitely makes me jealous.

  4. I love your classroom and have gotten so many ideas! Did you make the rainbow on your calendar board, or make it your self? I want one in my room!

    1. The puffy one? It’s made from cheap plastic tablecloths from Walmart. I just stapled them to the board 🙂

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